Please join us for a presentation by Priya Sawhney. From leading “open rescues” to mass mobilizations, women are changing the animal rights movement. Priya will talk about her own experiences as an animal rights activist, and will share her thoughts on the big changes that are now taking place in the animal rights movement.
A national figure on racism and animal rights, Priya formerly worked for The Tenderloin Housing Clinic in San Francisco, one of the most prominent human rights organizations in the Bay Area, and has led DxE's international campaigns.
She is also founder of Animal Liberationists of Color, which empowers people of color for animal rights, and is a lead investigator in DxE's Open Rescue Network, which has undertaken investigations and rescues garnering international media attention, including coverage in the New York Times, Mother Jones, the Washington Post, ABC Nightline, The Intercept and many others.
Doors at 7:30, lecture begins at 8.